A while back, I borrowed a quote from a Congressman, who said: "we asked experts to identify one example of a problem that this amendment would solve. They couldn't point to one example where a Bell-operated company or a cable company had blocked access to their networks or infringed on so-called Internet freedom."
Since then, stories like this one and this one keep making the news.
Wait for it, and the cable and telephone companies will show themselves.
This article on the latest flap concludes: "As long as the service providers control the transport there cannot be a marketplace."
That's exactly right.